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Listen: What are the rules for marijuana deliveries in California in 2018?

More than 100 shops are now licensed to sell recreational marijuana to adults 21 and older with just an ID. But a trip to a store isn’t the only way to buy legal marijuana.

Sky Siegel uses an iPad to coordinate cannabis deliveries for a dispensary out of the South Bay. (Orange County Register file photo)

Another 19 businesses had temporary state licenses to deliver recreational cannabis to people at home as of Wednesday afternoon. And 21 were sanctioned to deliver medical marijuana to people with doctor’s recommendations for cannabis.

So what are the rules for delivery services? And can anyone order marijuana as easily as ordering a pizza?

Radio host A Martinez with KPPC, an NPR affiliate radio station in Los Angeles, chatted with Cannifornian reporter Brooke Edwards Staggs on Tuesday about how cannabis deliveries will work in California’s newly legal market.

The radio show opens with MedMen spokesman Daniel Yi discussing the launch of legal sales in West Hollywood.

Listen to Staggs answer questions about delivery rules starting at the 4:30 mark.

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